St. Louis Ordered to Pay $1.5 Million Over False ArrestMichael J. Banks alleged in the suit that then-officer Reginald Williams punched and robbed him of $1,100 during the arrest in 2002.
City Staff Checks Well-Being of At-Risk Residents During HeatSt. Louis city staff will be checking on at-risk residents during the heat.
Dellwood Mayor to Hold Unity Fest After Recent UnrestDellwood's Mayor says in light of all the attacks on police and unrest, Reggie Jones wants the community to come together with police.
Charges Filed Against 2 Men Accused of Shooting at OfficersThe drivers of the other vehicles were taken to the hospital with non life threatening injuries, no officers were injured.
Slay to Sign Prescription Drug Monitoring Law TuesdayAlderwoman Lyda Krewson says 49 other states realize the need for a prescription drug monitoring program.
U.S. Census Bureau Recruiting for 150+ St. Louis WorkersWhile the U.S. Census is still four years away, the Bureau is looking for part-time workers to canvass St. Louis neighborhoods this fall.
Local Group Pushes to Unify St. Louis City, CountyThose calling for the unification of St. Louis City and County say they're steadily gaining steam, especially on social media.
St. Louis Co. Mother Files Lawsuit Targeting Desegregation PlanVICC says only white students can transfer from the county into the city. There's also a rule that only black students can transfer from the city out to the county.
Free Spay, Neutering Services for City Pit Bulls, Pit MixesLow-income pit bull or pit mix owners can have their dogs spayed or neutered, vaccinated, tagged and micro-chipped for free.
Preparations Already Underway for Mosquitoes in St. Louis City, CountyThe county's acting supervisor of vector control James Sayers says the mosquito that carries Zika is not in St. Louis.
Missouri Court of Appeals Rules Voters Can't Intervene in Stadium IssueMissouri voters and taxpayers have no right to intervene on the stadium issue - that's the decision of Missouri's Court of Appeals.
Influenza Cases Grow Across St. LouisMissouri health officials this week increased the state's health status from regional to widespread.